Long Island City’s new 21-story premium residence makes an impact with its impressive design and a combined 10,000 square feet of amenities.
This luxury rental embraces LIC from a new perspective. Superbly crafted, One LIC’s façade is reflective of the striking contemporary collection of residences inside — a welcome chic addition to the streetscape it rises above.
The well-sized studio, one, two and three-bedroom layouts are configured to meet your individual preferences.
All incorporate carefully considered luxe finishes, such as Terra Legno hardwood flooring and floor to ceiling windows that illuminate each residence with abundant natural light.
Kitchens seamlessly blend style with functionality, ideally suited for everyday needs and those moments of culinary exploration. They are sleekly composed with premium Samsung stainless steel appliances, including a gas range with convection oven, and Kohler and Hansgrohe fixtures.
Decompress in the soothingly appointed bathrooms, outfitted with spacious walk-in showers, oversized mirrors and select quartz tiling, with top of the line Kohler and Hansgrohe fixtures. All bathrooms include radiant heated flooring for your comfort.
Most of these outstanding residences are completed with washers and dryers and terraces that extend your living space.
An impressive selection of amenities is thoroughly curated to enrich your lifestyle.
Relax on the inviting 21st floor rooftop lounge with those incredible sweeping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Hang out on the comfortable barbecue deck or in the spacious lounge, which is dedicated to residents’ enjoyment with two big screen TVs, a kitchenette and work spaces. Residents can also rent out the lounge for parties. And work out amidst the striking views that highlight the fully equipped 20th floor fitness center, ready to accommodate all your fitness goals.
Additional amenities include a cheerful playroom for the kids and storage units. A doorman is on premises to assist residents daily.
Centrally located, quick access to Manhattan — and every borough — is available via the N, W and 7 lines, directly across the street.
This fascinating neighborhood has fully evolved as an important cultural center, with one of the highest concentrations of art galleries and studio spaces in New York City. Stop by MoMA PS1, SculptureCenter or stroll through Gantry Plaza State Park, the delightful riverside retreat with fishing piers and running paths.
The thriving nearby dining scene is acclaimed as a foodie’s delight. Savor a delicious meal at one of the neighborhood’s many appealing restaurants or relax at a nearby café. meet up with up fellow book lovers at Book Culture or enjoy a craft cocktail at Dutch Kills Bar, a longtime local favorite.